12 volt air mattress/raft inflator/deflator. Quick-action deflator port and a high-speed inflator port for quick and easy use. Plugs into your vehicle or boat power outlet. 12 ft. DC power cord. Includes 3 adapter nozzles. Ideal for quick inflating or deflating of air mattresses, rafts, beach balls, toys and more.
This isn't dead everywhere. It just worked for me for the Exton, PA store.
posted: May. 9, 2012 @ 8:07p
worked for me in suffolk long island this is great for when my girlfriend needs air so i can use the HOV lane. Thanks
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posted: May. 9, 2012 @ 8:12p
Can you inflate a car tire with this?
posted: May. 9, 2012 @ 8:13p
Got one in Atlanta. Thanks, OP. We just went camping this past weekend and our battery powered inflator was a dud. Hopefully this will last for years without having to worry about batteries in a device you only use a few times.
posted: May. 9, 2012 @ 8:13p
Well, all the Sears in my area has them in stock, so I ordered one up using that 10% off coupon code. Typically it shows pick up at my local Sears store, but this one came up as the Sears Auto Center.
I don't need one of these, but I just bought some camping stuff so it might come in handy. Typical Fat Wallet buy. Buy now, hope that I'll need it later! haha...
This is a "blower", not a "compressor". This means that, for its small size, it will move a fairly large volume of air at very low pressure, compared to those small air compressors that you can run off your 12v accessory port in your vehicle. However, you will not get any considerable "pressure" when doing this. So, you can blow up an air matress, inflatable toy, or similar item that already has a shape to it and is not made to stretch, like an inner tube. You will not be able to inflate a tire or other item that needs more than a couple of pounds per square inch, though.
posted: May. 10, 2012 @ 2:40a
Got one in Phoenix area - Thanks!
posted: May. 10, 2012 @ 2:50a
zcm923c0 said: SSi said: DC power only.
Okay, but what does that mean? Do you need a special AC adapter? Or does it plug into a vehicle's 12 V (formerly cigarette lighter) power adapter? My friend told me just need a AC adapter,but I never use it before.
posted: May. 10, 2012 @ 6:58a
In for 1. Can't hurt to have on hand when camping.
I bring a trolling motor battery and leave it where we can charge phones, tablets, etc while we hunt. This would easily work from that.
posted: May. 10, 2012 @ 7:43a
arribasn said: Sears does not have a ship to store option that I know of, its only a reservation system of allocating existing store stock.
They now have both systems, but don't hold you breath waiting for them to tell you that it has arrived. If you don't hear from them in a timely fashion give them a call to see if it has arrived yet.
posted: May. 10, 2012 @ 7:46a
This worked for me in Toledo, OH. This will come in very handy to blow up the extra camper mattress. Not to mention the grandkids wading pool and pool toys.
posted: May. 10, 2012 @ 7:59a
lobbybee said: AC Adapter from Monoprice.com That thing is good for only 500mA. I'm virtually certain this pump must draw much more than that.
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